Another draw was held by The British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) on May 19, 2020. Applicants were welcomed from the Express Entry British Columbia (EEBC) and Skilled Immigration (SI) classes. Common score prerequisites differed by each program.
The score necessities for the two Express Entry BC subcategories were:
• International Graduate: 110
• Skilled Worker: 110
Applicants welcomed under these subcategories expected to have profiles in the government Express Entry framework.
Since they have been welcome to apply for a nomination from the British Columbia., they have the chance to bag an extra 600 Comprehensive Ranking System points on the off chance that they get the nomination from British Columbia. This will viably ensure that they will get an Invitation to Apply (ITA) in a resulting government Express Entry draw.
The score prerequisites for the three Skills Immigration subcategories were:
• International Graduate: 103
• Skilled Worker: 100
• Entry Level and Semi-Skilled: 81
Classification and Sub-Classifications of BC-PNP
The British Columbia Express Entry grouping is divided into two sub-classes. These are the International graduate class and the skilled or capable worker class.
Basically, there are three sub-classifications under the Skills Immigration class in British Columbia.
They are the International graduate grouping, Entry Level and semi-skilled class similarly as the gifted expert class.
To express interest in the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program, candidates are required to introduce their profile under an appealing stream and a brief timeframe. Later the picked candidates will be allotted an extra 600 CRS points that will guarantee them a spot as permanent residents given all documentation is met.
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